“Somewhere in New York City there is an abandoned subway station, unfinished, unused and undiscovered. Starting in 2009 over 100 artists were secretly escorted into the space to create works of art. Each artist painted for one full night. The entrance has since been removed and darkness has reclaimed the station…”
The Wanderer, Enrique Martinez Celaya’s exhibition at the Museum of Biblical Art, explores his “immersion in a Western literary tradition rich in themes and imagery that project a deeply private existential odyssey.”
Sylvia Sleigh, who made her name in the ’70s by adding a feminist twist to the portrait genre, passed away on Sunday. She was 94.
Matthew Marks Gallery will have two shows by Brice Marden, Letters and Paintings 1961-1964, running simultaneously at their 22nd Street spaces.
The Whitney’s exhibit, Paul Thek: Diver, a Retrospective, is the first American retrospective devoted to the artist.
For his show With at Lisa Cooley Fine Art, Alan Reid “will show new works that depict solitary women delicately rendered in wood, Caran d’Ache, tented gesso and acrylic on canvas.”
Kim Dorland’s exhibit, New Material, will open at Mike Weiss Gallery on November 6.
Please attend the MoMA’s special presentation about women’s work related to Fluxus, on October 27th at 6:30PM.